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Current Students

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Current LSA students may be eligible for scholarship support for everything from studying abroad to completing an internship to making education a financial reality.

What scholarships are available from the College of LSA?

Sometimes, students need help with more than just molecular biology—they need funds to make their education a reality.

Whether you’re fulfilling necessary requirements or need an extra semester to boost your course load, spring and summer classes can be a smart option.

LSA encourages students to view the world as their classroom, to search out new perspectives, advanced understanding, and global awareness.

Life isn’t always predictable, and students may need help to weather the ups and downs. Qualified LSA students in legitimate emergency situations may be eligible for support. 

The Irene and Morris B. Kessler Presidential Scholarship Fund was established in 2006 and made possible by a gift to the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts from Judy and Fred Wilpon. Their gift created the largest scholarship cohort in LSA.

Students in the College of LSA don’t just learn inside the classroom; they gain real-world understanding through hands-on work in nonprofits, Fortune 500 companies, government offices, and more. Check out the LSA Opportunity Hub for more information.

Some students do not qualify for LSA Scholarships or need extra financial resources. The University of Michigan Library provides a resource database of different funding opportuinites outside of LSA.